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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 17

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MONOAY, AUGUST 19, 10S3 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Evening Television Lineup for Fall * denotes Mew programs ' SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY 0:30 If tOO I'M 8:00 8:80 0:00 9:30 NiJti (8) Wall Disney I Qrlndl* Bohahia Show of the Week (4) My FaVorlle Martian* Ed Sullivan Judy Garland* Candid Camera What's My Line ABC (2) Jamie McPheeters* Arrest and Trial* 100 Grand* I NBO («) Monday Night at the Movies Hollywood Story* OBS (4) To Tell The Truth I've Got A Secret Lucy Show Danny Thomas Andy Griffith Sing Along With Mitch East Side, West Side* ABO (2) Outer Limits* Wagon Train Breaking Point* N»C (8) Mister Novak* Redlgo* Richard Boone* Andy Williams Telephone Hour OBS (4) Local Time Red Skellon Petticoat Junction* Jack Benny Garry Moore ABO (2) Combat McHale's Navy Greatest Show On Earth* Fugitive* NBO (8) The Virginian Espionage* Eleventh Hour CBS (4) ABO (2) Chronicle* CBS Reports Glynls* Beverly Hillbillies Dick Van Dyke Ozzlo & Harriot Patty Duke* Price Is Right Ben Casey Danny Kaye* Channlng* NBO (B) Temple Houston* Dr. Klldare I Hazel OBS (4) Password Rawhide Perry Mason ABO (2) Fllntstones Donna Reed My Three Sons Jimmy Dean* NBO (5) OBS (4) ABO (2) NBO (8) OBS (4) ABO (2) International Showtime Great Adventure* 77 Sunset Strip The Lieutenant* .Tackle Gleason Hootenanny Bob Hope Theater* Harry's Girls* Route 66 Twilight Zone Burke's Law* Farmer's Daughter* Suspense Theater* The Nurses Sid Caesar & Edle Adams Shows Local Time Jack Paar Alfred Hitchcock Presents Fights Joey Bishop Saturday Night at the Movies Phil Silvers The Defenders Gunsmoke Lawrence Welk Jerry Lewis* (to 10:30) READY TO OPEN Christopher Ghilarducci discusses department heads. Others from left the opening of new Arlan's discount de- are Oscar Meyer, L. Maniloff, assistant partment store in East Alton with his store manager, and Charles Fra/ier. Read Telegraph^Want Ads Daily OWN YOUR SHARE OF AMERICAN BUSINESS HAVE YOU THOUGHT OF THE POSSIBILITY OF A SECOND INCOME THROUGH DIVIDEND PAYMENTS? Serving Alton Investors for Over 31 Years NEWHARD, COOK 6? Co., MEMBERS NBW YORK STOCK KXCHANOI Ml Flrrt National Bank Bldg.—AH<m Phont: HO. 5-B58S EUGENE B. SHULTI JOHN E. GREENWOOD Rasident Manager Registered Repreientativc Our O//ice 7s Open Saturday Mornings YOUR MONEY EARNS MORE MONEY MORE OFTEN QUARTERLY DIVIDENDS When you save at Piasa you get dividends four times'a year. You get paid more often—and you get paid more because Piasa pays the largest dividend In the Greater* Alton-St, Louis area, Save by mail (we pay by mail) postage free. Write: Piasa First Federal. State & Wall Sts., Alton, III. For tlmo and temperature, d/a/ 465-443 1, PIASA FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION ittuati l»itir*4 fc I«,«P W f!*wl »»»l«Ii I JAM IUWIMI C«WC««M PMctaKfi. pafd for over 79 fOftffftifftff yiirjf Telegraph Reports News of Business, Industry in Area . Bievenue in New Quarters. Bievenue Orthopedic Appliances is now in newly renovated quarters at 306 State St., after nine years in Alton in its former location on Union street. The store now has an expanded corrective shoe line, plus other orthopedic supplies, including braces and supports. Richard Bievenue, owner of the store, said that the move to the downtown location was made to provide more convenience for customers. . Gratian in 1,000-Powid Club . An Alton business executive, W. E. Gratian Jr., was elected today to membership in the Chesterton 1000-Pound Club. It is a worldwide honorary sales organization^ sponsored by the A. W. Ohester- . ton Packing Company of this city. ,,, Gratian is with the Gratian Central Sales, Inc., 1001 East Broadway. More than 10,000 sales personnel in 43 countries have been elected to the Chesterton 1000- Pound Club. .Each has graduated from the correspondence program the Coinpany has conducted since. 1987. NoW printed in six languages, it is the only course which pays its students to complete it. 'A: \When,.a student has completed the course and -has ; sold 1000 pounds of Chesterton mechanical packing, he receives a* diploma, a cash award and a membership plaque. . Wade Joins Arst Staff. David Arst Furniture Co., 499 ,West St. Louis Ave., East Alton, announced this week that Mr. E. R. Wade has been added to their sales staff. Well known in the greater Alton area, Wade has faeen associated with Slack Furniture Co. in Alton and the Town & Country Home Furnishers in Edwardsville. Wade resides at 3242 Belle St. in Alton. He and his wife are patents of five children, two of whom are married and three residing at home. Miles Completes Course C. M. Miles of Laughlin-Miles.Lincoln-Mercury Sales Inc., of Alton, recently completed a five-day course in business'management at the Ford Marketing Institute in Chicago. ,:> ,, The course is one of a number offered at the institute to dealers and their personnel, and to Ford Motor Co. employes by professional, full-time instructors. /- ' , Subjects range from management and merchandising courses for dealers and their department managers to selling courses for salesmen. In addi- tipn, there are courses for selected Ford Motor Co. personnel. Associates Investment Income Up Consolidated net income of Associates Investment Co. totaled $8,233,687 for the first six months of 1963, compared with $8,163,818 for the same period in 1962, according to O. C. Carmichael Jr., chairman of the board. Earnings after payment of preferred dividends increased to $2.25 per share on the common stock out- share for the first Business Trends Erratic By SAM DAWSON AP Business News Analyst NEW YORK (AP) — Half way through the traditionally dull third quarter of the year the course oJ business and industry again is fooling the experts. The latest figures show that the economy continues to zig when by the rules it should have zagged. In July steel and auto output both dropped. By the text books this should have dragged the Federal Reserve Board's industrial production index down. It didn't. The index rose to a record high. Other kinds of industrial activity were just too strong for the old- time bellwethers to lead to the downward path. Employment, especially in manufacturing, was unusually good this summer, when a large seasonal decline was expected. Better than ordinary gains for 'the time of year were reported in services, trades and construction. The rise matched the increase in the labor force. Outlook So the output of goods (other than basic steel and autos) was too good and prospects for sales too bright for the decline in the ng. Outlays for public projects run ahead of a year ago. All of this has led the nation's official crystal gazers to upgrade earlier predictions. Prediction!) They are now foreseeing a record national output of goods and services this year of ?580 billion or better. The annual rate of this gross national product in the first three months was $572 billion. This rose to $579 billion in the April-May-June period. Some think the pace may hit $590 billion in the final three months of the year. Already the better-than-expected performance of the economy has paid off for the U.S. Treasury. Tax collections have been higher than first hoped. The estimate of the treasury deficit has been trimmed. The economy isn't as strong as Arlan's Grand Opening Scheduled for Thursday Arlan's Discount Department Store, one of the nation's largest, will open Thursday at 9:30 a.m. with a staff of 150 employes at 610 W. St. Louis Ave. near the "Islands" intersection in East Alton. Shopping hours will be from Monday Sunday 9:30 a.m. to 10 p.m., through Saturday and from noon to 7 p.m. Top management self service discount of Arlan's department stores, are in the area for the formal "grand opening" Thursday. many would like. Brit it's a lot healthier than some viewers-with- alarm were predicting. House to Debate Foreign Aid Bill Tuesday WASHINGTON House opens its economy that had with the advent of and mass vacations. Steel, making fell been feared hot weather off because customers were still using up outsize inventories stacked high when a new labor contract was being hammered out. Auto activity started its seasonal slowdown while production lines were being set up for new models. Auto production should climb again shortly. Steel activity is expected to quicken in another month or so. Meantime, the rest of the economy is strong enough to shine without them. Output of most consumer goods, has increased. Tuesday on the foreign aid bill. Issues involving Indonesia and a projected steel mill for India are expected to generate considerable steam. In the Senate, another spate of pro-and-con wordage is in prospect when a national debt limit bill reaches the floor^Tuesday. As passed by the House, it would extend the present temporary debt limit of $309 billion to Nov. 30. Darold's Will Have School Show Thursday EAST ALTON — For the first model boys' special trunk A spokesman said the store will have 100,000 square feet of floor space and is a "giant addition" to the nation wide group. The store has a large doorside paved parking lot. The building will house 120 departments plus a grocery super market on one floor. Shoppers will be furnished perambulator carts for self service in the brightly illuminated store which has wide aisles to expedi- ate traffic flow. 'This latest Arlan's is streamlined for modern retailing — a complete one - stop department (AP) — The store," said Christopher Ghilar- anhual debate ducci, 29, store manager. Ghilarducci comes to East Alton from the managerial post of Arlan's in Bay City, Mich. He is a graduate of the school of business administration, University of Illinois. He has been in retailing since, except for two years military service, 18 months in Germany. Ghilarducci was merchandise manager of a large middle-west department store, prior to joining the Arlan's organization in 1962. He is a member of the Lions International and plans to join the Lions Club here. He and Mrs. Ghilarducci will reside at Washington Manor Apartments, Alton. Ghilarducci said Arlan's stores of which the- one in East Alton is typical are designed and built as complete, functional department stores. All are major developments — some up to 170,000 square feet in size, he said. • The store will carry mens, womens, boys, girls and infants wear, as well as hardware, housewares, automotive, sporting Youth Rescued From Fall Into Patomac GREAT FALLS, Va. (AP) - A 15-year-old Maryland boy was pulled to safety after he fell into tho Potomac and was nearly swept Alan Md., was pulled ashore by several unidentified rescuers who saw him clinging to a rock at the edge of the biggest falls and threw him a rope. over Great Falls Sunday. H. Estevez o f Pomf ret, goods, jewelry, domestics, gifts curtains, shoes, cosmetics, stationery and other typical department store items. TUES., WED., THURS. Family Prices—All Seats 25c Kiddies Matinee Wednesday Continuous from 1 p.m. other than autos, So has production of business equipment. The goods continue to move into the hands of consumers. Sales In the last four weeks department store sales have increased in every one of the 12 federal reserve districts (ranging from a gain of 1 per cent in the Richmond district to 12 per cent in New York). Retail sales in general are ahead of last year in all time girls will sweaters in a showing for the back-to-school Your Favorite Family Drive-In DRIVE-IN THEATRE; COLLEGE AVENUE, AlfON, ILL. Box Office Opens at 7 TONITE & TUESDAY crowd at Darold's in Eastgate Plaza Shopping Center Thursday, East Alton. Another first will be that competing lines of Puritan, Jantzen and Arrow sweaters will be modeled by the girls in the windows of the men's store. Representatives of the companies will have samples of their entire sweater line tor the visitors to view as to colors, sizes and styles. Indiana Property Worth $23 Billion WASHINGTON (AP) — In these days of rising prices, it's hard to tell what the state of Indiana is worth today, but in 1961 it was worth $23 billion. That's the market value assigned to all Hoosier property on local lax rolls by Department of Commerce cians working with 1961 standing compared with $2.20 per half of 1962. Volume of business, for the first six months of the year, excluding bulk purchases of receivables, reached $1,141,008,331, compared with $1,103,596,496 for the corresponding 1962 period. . Chrysler-Plymouth Sales Told, The Chrysler-Plymouth 'Division reports that its dealers delivered 44,286 new cars in June to bring the total for the first half of 1963 to 282,996, an increase of 32 per cent over the same period last year. Combined sales of Plymouth, Valiant, Chrysler and Imperial cars for the six months'period were the greatest since 1960, according to C, E. Briggs, vice president of Chrysler Motors Corporation and general manager, Chrysler Plymouth Division, Standard Foundation Names Lind Appointment of John H. Lind, of Chicago, as executive director of Standard Oil Foundation, Inc., was announced tqday by President John E. Swearingen. The appointment will be effective Nov. 1, Standard Oil Foundation, Inc., is a philanthropic foundation supported by funds donated by Standard Oil Company (-Indiana), Swearingen said. In the past 11 years, since the Foundation's program of aiding worthy causes was organized, Swearingen said, more than $11 million has been granted in aid to education, and. in the areas of public welfare, health and medicine, and youth activities. In 1963 alone, some 600 colleges and universities are scheduled to receive unrestricted, grants under the program. Since 1062, LJnd has been employe relations manager for the Chicago region of American Oil Company, a subsidiary of Indiana Standard, He became asso' ciatecl with Indians Standard in 1934, in the law department, He, was turned manager of the personnel department for sales in 1954, and manager of sales em ploye relations three years later. classifications Back-to-school except apparel. promotions, now statisti- tax figures. starting, should perk up clothing sales. Personal income has held to a fairly steady upward trend. While individual savings totals have swelled, so have consumer expenditures. Outstanding installment debt is at a record high, indicating both consumer confidence in future incomes and business confidence in consumer ability to keep up with the payments. Many corporations have reported record earnings. Home building contii.ues at a high rate, Commercial construe tion lias slackened but industrial building shows signs of quicken « T" TIRED OF DREAMING? . . . about a business of your own? Act now, find out how to get started in a profitable franchise opportunity. Personal Success Profile program matches qualified men with carefully-chosen opportunities. Write for Information without obligation. E, F. Hamel, Area Director JOS Dewoy Drive Colllnsville, III. 345-0082 FIRST-QUALITY EYEGLASSES EXAMINATION, LENS AND FRAMES, COMPLETE *QSO •*•, ^Jpfllfauals *5 more 1 ONLY CONTACT LENSES MONEY BACK *1 f\f% QUARANTINE) 1V V Proscription Sunglasses Same Low Price I CROWN OPTICAL SERVICE Glasses Dlenensed on the Prescription ol DU. ROBERT L, HANDKLMAN Illinois Registered Optometrist 4QO K. HKOAmVAV - A WON - 4W-76U OPBN MONDAY ft FJUPAY UNTIL » P.M Lews Pf&iudcn) TECKWCOUM' Plus Audle Murphy In "SHOW DOWN" Color Cartoons, Free Playground — CHILDREN Admitted FREE TUES., WED., THURS. W toi Tues., Thurs. at 7:15 P.M. theGiaut ftfller FANTASCOPEiTECHNICOLOR' *S5fc* • Tues., Thurs. at 8:35 P.M. BEL+AIR 66 & Ml • LAST 2 NITES • JOHN DEBBIE REYNOLDS •tCHHICOLOR • LAST 2 NITES • Glenn FORD &r • OPEN 7:00 — START DUSK« NOTICE OF NAMES OF PERSONS APPEARING TO BE OWNERS OF ABANDONED PROPERTY Pursuant to Paragraph 112, Chapter 141, Illinois Revised Statutes, 1061, notice is hereby given that the persons listed jelow appear to be the owners of abandoned property. Information concerning the amount or description of the property and the numes and address of the Holder may be obtained by any purson possessing an Interest In the property by writing to the Director. Department of Financial Institutions, Abandoned Property Division, Room 103M, Capitol Building, Springfield, Illinois, giving the name, number, and address, as shown In this notice. Unless proof of claim is presented to the Holder and the Owners right to receive the property Is established within 65 days from the date of tho last published notice, the abandoned property will be placed in the custody of the Director of Department of Financial Institutions, not later than 85 days after such publication dale; and all further claims must thereafter be directed to the Director, Department of Financial Institutions, Springfield, Illinois. In the addresses shown below, the City of Alton and the Slate of Illinois are Intended, unless otherwise stated, JOSEPH.IS. KNIGHT Director, Department of Financial Institutions CARTUR DUOS, PAINT SHOP GUTIHUE, CECIL 1027 \V. Oil) St. G. HANKER, J.M. JARRUTT, FRAN, MRS. JACKSON, JliNNUJ D, 2000 Seminnry St. KRAMER ELECTRIC CO, 112 E. Broudwuy McCOHMICK, JOU E. 2736 G, ST., Grnulle City, III. PAYTON, THEODORE 714 Swiirlz i'l., Edwardsvllle, ill. WOTIER, JOSEPHINE 898 Madison Ave., Edwards vlllu, 111. WOTIER, MAX 859 MiuUson vlllo, III. Edwurda NOW Ends Thurs. I tell you, chum.. .laughs it is! Come Biow YOUR NORM JILL I TECHNICOLOR-it iii I LEE*,). MOLLY BARBARA COBB™«H-SIJ(P •Witt »!•"* . MO l*t»OOvKM DAN rt» PHYLLIS TONY BLOCKER'McGUIRE-BILL Presented 7:10, 9:10—Cartoon STARTS FRIDAY BOTH THEATERS "CAPTAIN SINBAD" Plus "DRUMS of AFRICA" FUNTIMK EVERY TUESDAY i.:so Doors Open 13:45 35cfor Everyone TUESDAY MATINEE ONLY—1:30 "KIDDIE SUMMER FUN SHOW" SPECIAL LAUGH ATTRACTION! FRANCIS.. .THE TALKING MULE in "FRANCIS JOINS THE WAGS" A BIG FEATURE With DONALD O'CONNOR 7 of Disney's Top Cartoons 5 Surprises} A FEATURW.ENGTH Potkqge of the BEST In Cgrtopn Funl A . _ —• n fc y

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